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“Stationary Downrigging” Affords a Calculated Deep-Water Angling Edge

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 2nd, 2008

I covered this topic in an issue of Salt Water Sportsman last fall, and have gotten enough requests for the info that it arguably merits another look. The subject? A handy little technique that I simply call “stationary downrigging.” Most fishermen, understandably, equate downriggers with trolling. “Controlled-depth fishing” is the name of the game, but [...]

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TPWD Fishing Reports Added; Photo Gallery Viewing Note; Spring Boating Reminders

Posted by: Larry Bozka on April 18th, 2008

One development, and one usage tip regarding CoastalAnglers.com … We have added the Texas Parks & Wildife Department’s Weekly Fishing Reports to our links. These reports do not go into great detail as a rule; however, they do give you a quick and up-front look at coastal (and freshwater) angling developments and trends as they [...]

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GPS In-Hand, North Wind can be a Fish-Predicting Blessing

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 8th, 2008

 Call me crazy (you’ll have to get in line), but the north winds that are currently hammering most of the state can be the best friends you have in terms of consistently catching fish this spring and summer.  Anyone who has fished Texas saltwater for long knows, often from painful, bottom-dragging experience, that a hard-hitting [...]

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